MY LEARNING CURVE
“My Learning Curve” was an activity that was organized for the students of classes Nursery, Prep & I, where the students got an opportunity to demonstrate the outcome of their learning. On the bright morning of Thursday, 14th March, the school campus was transformed into a vibrant and happening place for the kids with the apt ambience created by the teachers to celebrate the last Major Activity of the session 2018-19 “My Learning Curve.”
A special assembly was organized which commenced with a shloka and a prayer song followed by a brief highlights about the event. An evocative enactment on sports with a message depicting the importance of participation rather than winning was presented by class I students.In line the next performance was by little Nurserians, who talked excitedly about their most fascinating activity of the session “Hundred Days Celebration” and presented few action songs on their selected theme. Class Preparatory children staged some spectacular dance performances covering different regions of India like “Kalbelia” from Rajasthan, Assamese dance from eastern region and a folk dance on Holi from Braj(U.P), based on their Project “Dance” which were well- coordinated, enthralling, and exemplary. And last not the least was the startling presentation by Prep teachers in the form of Punjabi dance. The music department pitched in with background music which helped in creating the ambience and made the whole event very lively. Headmistres congratulated the children for their enthusiastic performances & extensive participation and encouraged them to keep the same zeal in the next session.
Every class was assigned with some interesting indoor activities which children enjoyed thoroughly. Each child of Class Nursery ,Preparatory & I prepared a learning log book named “My Learning Log” with few activity sheets in it and child’s photo was pasted on the cover page to give it a personalized touch which was carried back home by them. Another fun-filled activity for class Nur was “Talk about cards” for which cards were prepared beforehand based on the Themes and Projects of the session. After a fun filled outdoor event, follow up activities were conducted for all the classes. Nursery children made colorful Good luck cards in a rainbow form, whereas for Preppers, teachers conducted an interesting question-answer session by picking up chits from the conversation box which was very exhilarating. For class I, teachers wrote names of different themes and projects on the board and children had to complete their writing sheet accordingly.